Partial Client List
Adia Adobe inc Alliance Graphique Internationale American Institute of Architects AIGA Appleton PapeR Asyst Technologies Inc Autodesk Inc Aveda Black Rocket Black Book Marketing Group Blue Shield and blue shield Of California Collateral Therapeutics
Calvin Klein CK1 Consolidated Paper Company disney INC DSP Communications inc Dwell magazine Espirit De Corp EscaGenetics Florida And The Florida Keyes Foote Cone & Belding Freda Salvador Fox River Paper Company GATX CapitaL Genetech inc gilbert paper
Gilo Ventures Hillary Clinton Ikonic Interactive Lars Muller Publishing Levi Strauss Limn LUNA Textiles macys Kodak Nokia Nomadic INC Vertu intel Corporation Madoff Productions Madeleine Albright Miami Museum Of Science & Space Planetarium Microsoft music bank Nvidia Northface PINA ZANGARO PRODUCTS Photo District News PRINT Magazine Publicis Hal Riney Rockport Publishers San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art San Francisco Performing Arts Spike Networks Unicast Communications United Nations Vital Voices Yahoo
Bio / Jennifer Sterling
Jennifer Sterling (Alliance Graphique member since 2000) founded Sterling Design in 1998. She is a designer, typographer, illustrator, writer and educator. Her work has been included in the permanent collections of The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Library of Congress, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Museum Fur Kunst Und Gewerbe, Hamburg and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hosted a three month solo show entitled "Jennifer Sterling : Selections from the Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design" and has been included in eight of their group shows to date. The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museums Triennial Exhibit choose 83 designers and companies to showcase their creative of which Jennifer Sterling was one, along with Apple, Nike, and Martha Stewart. Numerous groups including the New York Type Directors Club, American Center for Design, Communication Arts, Graphis, The Society of Illustrators, I.D. Magazine, Print Magazine, How Magazine and AdWeek have recognized her work for a wide range of clients in the technology, arts and education arenas. She has received over two thousand awards for her work in the fields of branding, typography, graphic design, print collateral, textiles, packaging, book design, poster design, illustration, exhibit design, environmental messaging and web design. Her work has been featured in over 180 magazine and book articles including a feature in Graphis Magazine that named her "One of the Top Ten Designers in the World." USA GD Magazine named her one of the "Twelve Designers to Change Design into the Millennium". Clients and projects have included creating an interactive online design to promote the worldwide distribution of aids awareness and medical distribution to third world countries for Yahoo Inc. as well as creating the worldwide brand "Vital Voices" for Hillary Clinton and Madeleine Albright, an organization which promotes female ambassadorships around the world. Additionally Jennifer has served on the board of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Arts Architectural and Design Accessions Committee as well as serving as an adjunct professor at CCA (the California College of the Arts / San Francisco), AAU (Academy of Art University / San Francisco) and SVA (School of Visual Arts / New York ) where she has taught Thesis, Identity, Packaging, Experimental / Advanced Typography, UI Web Design and Portfolio. She was inducted into Who's Who in America in 2000 for her work. Originally from San Francisco, she currently resides in New York.